Available in English and French, these are short animations and accompanying briefs with compelling examples showing that investment in SBC is critical to meeting global- and country-level family planning goals.
This interactive collection from Knowledge SUCCESS synthesizes the major COVID-19 global guidelines and guidance documents into 14 concrete actions that programs can take today to ensure continued voluntary family planning and reproductive health care.
This landscape analysis is conducted to identify programmatic and geographic focus areas and linkages that inform the design and implementation of risk communication activities in Ethiopia. The analysis used stakeholders and geographic mapping, and literature review focusing on three zoonotic diseases: Anthrax, Avian Influenza, and Brucellosis.
This publication reviews the policies, programs, and status of PPFP in Bangladesh and seeks to identify the need, gaps, and future focus areas for PPFP in the country.
The Zambia National HIV and AIDS Communication and Advocacy Strategy is designed to engage all stakeholders involved in Zambia’s HIV response. The strategy identifies how social and behavior change communication (SBCC) may be most effectively used to increase HIV-related health-seeking behaviors through a variety of approaches that are appropriate within the Zambian context and considered to have high impact.
The vision of this national strategy is to attain a malaria-free Zambia. The goal is to eliminate local malaria infection and disease in Zambia by 2021, and to maintain the malaria-free status and prevent reintroduction and importation of malaria into areas where the disease has been eliminated.
This is a report on the "Life is Precious, Take Care of It" campaign in Zambia. This campaign was created to convey positive messages and positive social norms around health for Zambians under this unifying theme.
he Zambia Compass is a sister site to the Global Compass. It provides a curated collection of resources, materials and guidelines that have been designed for and implemented in Zambia.
Although it is only possible to recognize resilience retrospectively, the COVID-19 pandemic has occurred at a point in human history when, uniquely, sufficient knowledge is available on the early-life determinants of health to indicate clearly that a focus on maternal, neonatal, and child health (MNCH) will promote later resilience.
In July 2020, the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs in collaboration with the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN) WHO, MIT, and Facebook surveyed people in 67 countries about their developing knowledge, attitudes, and practice around COVID-19.